LAHORE: Around 17 suspected terrorists including three Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commanders were arrested in Punjab, Express 24/7 reported on Wednesday.
According to police, several mobile phones and laptops were seized from these suspects.
Express 24/7 correspondent Rabia Mehmood reported that these terrorists were arrested from different parts of Punjab including Lahore, Multan and Okara.
The TTP commanders include Qari Muhammad Ashraf, Dr Abdul Khaliq and Mohammad Sarfraz.
One of the TTP commander Ashraf was a close accomplice of Dr Usman, who was accused of involvement in 2009 GHQ attack in which heavily-armed militants wearing suicide vests, attacked the headquarters in Rawalpindi and held off army commandos for hours.
Sources said that the arrested TTP commanders previously belonged to the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a banned militant outfit.
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